31 Burst results for "Krahn"

"krahn" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

05:22 min | 10 months ago

"krahn" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"An infant. Scroll of for some people. It's only a little bit of a scroll but for us means infinite. That was my notable pulse. con experience. Just you know getting around the time restriction. The trade off is ravaged until tomorrow. But you know Basically basically like you said with with ravage being sold out. I was like how can it be sold out already. I just it just hit whatever and on the way it was not ever showing sold out. It's still available to order today like they have a goodly quantity of these ravages. If anybody wanted with anybody wanted. They had more than app. Opportunity to get the The galvin tron unicorn accessory. Pack thing though that went pretty fast. I don't know if that's just because they made a small quantity because they're supposed to go with has lab unit krahn or if they're really just was that much more demand for that specific thing then this ravage. I don't really know mean eastleigh. I was yelling at the app and matt was laughing at me so i just went on the website and got everything. Yeah i have the link to the webpage like it worked perfectly fine. I would have been laughing at you to for the record. I'm hoping i can find that galvin tron. Goes you know. I think i think a lot of people would probably want that more than they would. The marvel comics galveston. Even if they don't have yuna krahn because you could still have like a really nice display with transfers movie. Yeah exactly so you know you can still have a nice mechatronic galvastan display doing that in. If you don't have macron you can probably sell the parts to whale. Cover keeping what you wanted out of the set. I just hope. I can find one at some point. I have to believe that the way he has been about a pulse exclusive in particular with transformers. More of these will become available in the fullness of time. I don't think it's going to be a one and done just based on the experience we've had with this kind of stuff over the last couple of years in the of judgment came back into production and pre-order status several times and even non politics looses. But you know like the secret to pack and the rain makers have gone through a second production around the titans have hasbro is not against rerunning stuff that they feel like needs a second Availability for the.

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"krahn" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

05:37 min | 11 months ago

"krahn" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"I don't vote on. I really don't i don't know what the window is. I would think that. I i would think that the car was not done. I would think that would be incremental. Add religion So think it'd be like part of two cars. you know. count it. they're probably just Throwing that number is they add. You know maybe weekly or something. Total conjecture. I don't know i've i've not been online much this past week with thing going on so i didn't know whether i had missed any forthcoming with that. It's not like they're just not like they're sharing that information I think before with yuna krahn we were able to infer when takhar is number was added But just the at the rate that it's going and the size of the bump. I don't have a good feeling for what that was i. I think it's funny. Had they're showing us the gray prototypes or it not in color. 'cause i i almost think they don't want another unit crohn's situation where everyone complains about the color not matching what we saw in the original photos. you know. This isn't six hundred dollars and it's not something that's basically all one color. Either it's interesting. We're not getting color photos. Now yeah i. I hear what i guess saying. I think they probably are really hesitant to show anything. That isn't like final like this is definitely the production colors like they don't want to do that again. Because all the while the crowdfunding was still alive. I i don't remember. it was what it was. What we thought was like pre-production samples and things like that and it ended up being effectively production. You know with the blue ma and all that all that fun stuff is actually in the pictures. We just didn't think that was the actual. Final like color breakout but it was. Yeah so that's the thing just real quick we'll check we'll check sixty four hour discord. T.f radio dot net slash discord. You should be there..

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"krahn" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"krahn" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"These guys who've made this incredible effort in their life were obviously so frigging smart who are working in fields. That are not going to say what they are. Because i don't want to put them expose them at all but it feels that are relevant to the national prosperity of the united states that we would not do make every effort in our power to keep them in the us where they wanna stay is crazy. Now i understand like they've maybe spies for all laid likely they're spy also likely they'd go back to china and take their intellectual property they developed in the us and take it back to china but to not use this reason when we spent all this money and effort training these people to american graduate schools is crazy to me so that's just a just just a note that if we should keep keep people who come to study here as long as we possibly can and it's not not give up on them. I just just add to that. When i was in college i lived my whole four years at uva international dorm into many of my friends from college. Our brain international students as depress me to know him how many of them basically had to leave the united states because they couldn't get work visas people who spent four years here who you know loved living here Who have connections here but who had to go elsewhere. Go to canada for example Because they couldn't manage to stay here very very disheartening listeners. You continue to send us. Excellent chatters week after week after week. You tweet them to us at at gap past in fact. Carl krahn leauge tweeted. That took a one day story. I talked about to me. And that's one of the ways i heard about it. So thank you carl. But our listener to this week is from nilo garza and it's about a interesting lawsuit against us gun manufacturers. Hello gap fast. So i came across this News on the daily podcasts. And i looked it up on the npr site to confirm and earlier this month. The mexican government announced its intention to sue gun manufacturers basically placing part of the responsibility for drug cartel violence on. Us gun manufacturers and it looks like they are trying to utilize a loophole in the p. l. c. e. legislation. It's also known as black latian is a federal gun statute In any case. I was actually very excited by the direction this may take. And maybe i'll just bring the whole discussion to the forefront. Thank.

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"krahn" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"krahn" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Obviously this added impact on the rest of your family. You say here. Losing hawks and put krahn on the path to martial arts greatness on some level. I think hawks knew that kron had the natural talent and tools to be even better than he like all my kids. You trained jitsu all of his life but never interest as interested as hawks and now it was his turn to shine even though they were brothers. Hawks and and krone were completely different hawks and was emotional intense intent on proving himself. A greasy warrior. Krahn was more observant analytical and calm he wanted to do the right things and always be at his best in one of their last conversations hawks and told kron that he was a gracie and to give one hundred ten percent and never quit and whatever it was that he chose to do. After hawks died krahn took that to heart and was now. I wanna mission to become the next apex predator in the greasy food chain. You say here the the more krahn won the less attached. He became to winning after he realized that the outcome of fight does not define you as a person he improved by leaps and bounds. He trained his heart as humanly possible and when he competed he let the chips fall where they may win. Loser draw he would be back in the academy on monday and train as if the fight had never happened when my father died in his sleep in two thousand nine at the age of ninety five. I was in europe with kron for the european jujitsu championship. We received the news the day of the tournament and knew that we could not get back for the funeral instead. We went back to our hotel room and held her own memorial. We cried and shared memories. The day elio died krahn representatives grandfather on the mat as alia would've liked. He won both of his matches by submission and after he won the european title. He kissed the picture of hawks in that. Always as always and bowed to the giant mural of elio. The tournament organizers put up to commemorate his life he was a beautiful moment for both of us. Elio and carlos gracie's legacies were now being carried and upheld by third generation. That's the family tradition Again you know in the book you carry on and talk about You some o- some of the other things that preceded after that. And i wanna i wanna get a little bit go towards the end of the book here And you've talked about this a little bit today. But i think it's important to reiterate you say my goal today is to create a form of jujitsu that will empower the entire person both on and off the mat. If i can never make a nervous person feel more relaxed than they've ever felt before. I'm changing them from within. In a way that a psychiatrist or a pill never can today. Conflict comes in many forms and physicality is only one aspect of it. Conflict followed humans wherever they go and people adopt different strategies to cope with it. Modern enemies can strike in attacks an email or in a social media post as the world of instant communication has evolved. Many negative unintended consequences have evolved with it. Fifty years ago ten year old boy win in his room only to sleep because he spent all day outside playing today. If parents aren't careful their children will spend the entire day alone in their rooms. We cannot dismiss technology but wide. Let us.

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"krahn" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"krahn" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"Idea what so. I'm just that knowing and understanding ian for people who want to know more. I mean if you wanna know more you have a membership. You have a website. You have books what is going to be the place for them to connect with you and follow you. Even on places like instagram. Tell us all the goods shirt so across all my social channels. It's at ian morgan. Krahn i a n m org cro. And i always have to spell it because it's kind of an odd and obviously my book the road back to you in any grabbed journey to self self-discovery they can go to my website again. Ian morgan krahn dot com and they can learn about the issue nine they can learn about my courses. They can learn about new membership subscription for people who want to have more access time with me. That's more personal and direct than they can get otherwise in like you. We have a growing wonderful business and It's wonderful to get up in the morning and feel like you're not only making a good living but you're making difference in the world so i'm grateful i couldn't have said it better in. Thank you so much for sharing so generously of your time your work and your energy seed only the best seeds so that we can grow into garden of goodness and have more self awareness of ourselves and others. I appreciate you. I hope you have a beautiful day. Thank you. I loved that interview e. n. is such a kind wise and witty person and i hope you loved listening to this interview as much as i enjoyed talking to him. I'm going to be honest. This conversation really opened my eyes to hell. My personality type affects my business. One of the biggest things. I've noticed about myself. I'm a type three the achiever. I've noticed that. I aim to get things done in the most efficient amount of time like putting my social media content. You know it's like i aim to think. How can i get it done better faster smarter. How can i continue iterating. So that i get to number one have moral the life and number two. Have more fun in my business. But i couldn't do this without a system that empowers me to work smarter not harder and i wanna teach you how to work less to. That is why. I love an upcoming class going to teach. It's one of my favorites. It's called how to plan create and execute a month of social media post in one day..

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"krahn" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"krahn" Discussed on Cineflek

"It's not like blatant comedy by any means like both are focusing on like really disturbing subject matter totally Yeah i don't know like that's i would almost rather seen lot put in drama rather than like having promising young woman get moved over to musical or comedy think both of those make more sense in drama then Well it's a weird. It's a weird split rate. Because you have this this weird thing where no other award show quite as the same split and then when you go to the oscars like you've got you know like you've got one strong. I mean if promising young woman was a musical or comedy would have won a lot of the stuff like boba might have one to release. Had a chance at like best actor at probably would've been supporting actually which which supporting the oddly. Don't split which is so weird. They split actor and actress. That's a whole other thing. But but yeah i feel like i feel like promising. Young woman like has a lot of it has humor in it. Fundamentally it's it's a really intense and like not that funny movie but it definitely has that dark humor in a lot of it. So i i wouldn't i mean but these are the same people that carries the martian as musical or comedy so this It seems like that definition like they could have put it there but yet it's true it the the category fraud and everything like everything around. That is bizarre. Yeah it's yeah. I don't understand but it's whatever i guess. I dunno performance by an actor in tv series. We've got josh krahn in the crown. Okay foreign language film. This was the big controversy but not upset at all that minority one because monari is set in the us and it's made by americans but as foreign language film because they speak english. yeah and Yeah so that happened. That that's why and the golden globes are weird too because usually if something's in foreign language categories eligible for other things but some of the globes make it like you. It's not eligible for other things which.

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Unhook Your Wealth Blockers

Yeah, She's Driven

06:29 min | 1 year ago

Unhook Your Wealth Blockers

"So we haven't been able to do a coffee talk for a while and i have been leading a ton of events in virtual events and And so i haven't been on this page that much and we posted things but it's not the same as being with you live. Can you agree with that. I love seeing you guys live and seeing your comments and seeing what's going on in your life and and what's on my heart. This morning is after speaking at all these events or something. That's become really alive for me in my life. Which is the the act of listening to what people are facing. I mean you know. We just had the elections. And then we've had krahn virus like infiltrating our life and And everybody's afraid to touch each other anymore and live live ca live events in thanksgivings. And you know hopefully not christmases but like all these things that were used to connecting with each other. Just have been just really sucked vacuumed out of our life and so one of the things that i think is really important is to listen to each other instead of fighting each other all the time which were so used to doing what the elections going on right now. We need to actually stop and listen to each other and remember that your business is built on serving people. And when i've been having my ear to the the computer my ear to the surveys. I've surveyed four times last week alone. Four times and what i kept hearing over and over and over again is that people are really fighting with their emotions there. They think they're fighting with people. They think they're fighting with with Belief systems but really at the end the day to fighting with their emotions. And what i mean by this is when we're dealing with frustration and overwhelmed and and you know if we're to be really honest with ourselves we say things like i need more support or i need to sales team or i need more leads. I need to figure out what my offer is. Anita figure out how to. How the better spouse and we actually put all of our power out there on these things that we can't control the truth. Is that what we're really fighting with is our emotions. I have a friend of mine. Who's a couple people that i know clients and friends that are separating themselves pandemic breakup right now and that just hurts my heart. Because i mean. Let's not put an identity on a break-up because it creates a collective herd like mentality. I don't know the stats when you know somebody who's gotten a divorce. There's like the the The statistics go google's but the statistics are extraordinarily high that your relationship is going to be impacted in a way that you actually contemplate divorce or actually move into that direction as well or break up and so it's fascinating to me how the herd like mentality moves around so let me show this thing about emotions as i've been serving the number one thing that i'm hearing is that shannon if i could just get over my emotions like frustration and overwhelmed and anger and the things that really caused me to procrastinate or to get angry at people i love or to basically push my power way and put blame or responsibility on somebody else to make me happy. It really like people actually identified that. It's their emotions. That is the problem more so than anything else. And so listen to that. And when i listened to that what i did was actually launched a whole like seventy challenge on helping people build revenue in their business and overcoming their emotions. And i gave them really hard homework pieces every single day to have to go do so that their emotions would flesh up so that they can see it. And i don't know if i if i changed any lives or not but i definitely tried. I definitely went out therein and did my best to To really show them how to put revenue back in their pocket. And i was just sharing with somebody like this year over here taxed untaxed on my phone just sharing with somebody this morning When i spoke at an event actually live event. Believe it or not that. I spoke out Just a few days ago. And i showed everybody how to create a million dollars fascinating to me. Go back to. The emotion thing fascinates me the only people who really wanted more details for the people who are already wealthy. People who are not wealthy had this conversation. I'm sure now. I'm assuming that it was over their head and i just it brings me back to like just opening up your eyes to know what's really going on in the world and it's like if they knew if they knew that they could actually execute on that on that three step plan to make a million dollars. Why would they not rush to find out more details and the reason why emotions in emotions have us believe that. We still need to get ready to take action. We still are not ready right for that next big thing. I see this semi pro. I have a one percent club with my private clients. And and this may be the last year that i do with our clients and and they literally they literally when people many of them when they come to me they say i said what's the ultimate plan and they tell me what the ultimate plan is and the ultimate plan is someday and that's emotions emotions have us make about some and i always say a. Why don't we just make this now. And then you'll see how committed you are to it and how much you really want it. Because i think we love to live in someday. Someday i'll have the marriage that looks like that. Be careful that someday. I'll have the business someday. I'll have the money someday. I'll be able to get up and workout someday and the truth is that somebody can happen right now but the but the truth is you might not really want that thing. You might not really want that thing. Because i'll take into relationships. If you really wanted your relationship to work what would have to shift in you right now. What would have to shift in you right now. To be able to create peace and harmony. I would have to shift in new okay. So there's there's a those away there's always a way right. There's always a way. I mean i wouldn't recommend staying with somebody who's abusive but like i've met people who used to be abusive and they're no longer

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"krahn" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

The Python Podcast.__init__

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"krahn" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

"Some of these things are hard and you need to throttle back and say that, yes, I have a lofty goal but I'm not going to be able to get. there. So let me find a less lofty goal that might be more achievable and perhaps I can cut that back down to a baby step that I can take in just totter forward a few steps and get something to work and I think that's probably the only useful advice is to when confronted with something that's really really difficult find ways to decompose it into the little baby steps automate the littlest baby step first and See if you can expand from there knowing full well, that at some point you may wind up walking into a corner in all those baby steps and after go back and say what choice did I make what choice did I make before that Oh wait before that I made a bad choice to use the wrong data structures. So let's delete that code and start again using this other data structure frustrating to delete all those things. But it's how you learn. You walk down a variety of paths that lead to dead ends, and then after go back and try other Baz that maybe don't lead to dead ends. But if you limit your goals to something very, very small, then each success is its own reward and it makes it a little easier to move forward. Yeah definitely having those small wins at different stages can help keep people on track where if they don't have any path forward to understand how to even achieve some small success than they're going to be completely discouraged and give up and go painting instead. Not that there's anything wrong with that. There isn't in fact, in many cases, the mental break is a good thing. So between technology and sailboats, there's a giant gap because there's very little technology on sailboats. It's wind and water and a big day. Krahn fabric. Sale. For anybody who is considering writing a book to Empire Knowledge or skill to somebody or for somebody who is looking to acquire some new technical capability?.

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"krahn" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"krahn" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"What it says on the bottom of the box, so I could be wrong. Maybe it is a new design, and it's always assume anytime it gets up. This is that it's just a knockoff upscale. If. That's wrong I apologize. I, also got my unit, Koran, Earth, third party Union Krahn piece replacement piece for the piece that was broken, so there was only like their one piece where towers broken off, so I got my replacement part now from from the retailer or from the manufacturer, while from the retailer I'm assuming came from the manufacturer and then to the retailer, but yeah. I've just never had to get why customer service on Third Party stuff. And, then I got another coup because they didn't know another release him set some fans Toys Cup. Cop. Have it tell you about another one. Yes. Is this one different? No, it's just released. It's just another. Zach cast when coup came out. He was running about eighty nine to one zero nine. In most places everywhere I've seen the Rishi was one eighty nine, so they took the numbers and put them together I mean why. Why is beat? Because they released it again? Though yeah, yeah, he has to now. Interest two cups two cops. Rushing your head's. Gone if that hurts your head. I've got A. Jealous Mine? Hasn't shipped, yet. Three. Athena's three. Yes, why you have thea three Athena's. That Third Party Unit Krahn. They're not Charlie's angels. You don't need three for the complete set. These two I I think I accidentally ordered to by mistake, and then I realized I'd points for chosen prime and IDA, fifty dollar gift card, and I was trying to figure out what to get and I just ended up another ended up. Rowing is exactly the same as how you ended up with four of those third party. Yuna Crohn's kind of yes. I.

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"krahn" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"krahn" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"For Krahn, was hit in the face by a bean bag round. La Mesa. Police say she was seen throwing an object that sheriff's deputies in the area. The Mesa police chief Walt Vasquez, do you pray for this? Help since you used to heal and Basil Fawlty coverage with family. Sure, the men and women of Mesa police far are committed to providing Quality Professional police service to our three officer of fire. The beanbag round has been identified as Detective Eric to Newts and a 12 year veteran of the Mesa Police Department. He's been on leave since the incident. Joshua Lipton, Coco knew you could see the video on our morning news page a kogo dot com The attorney representing for Kron, says the video release does not change his opinion that it was excessive force. Dante Pride tells reporting partner 10 news that what's important is what the video does not show didn't give anybody want camera footage from anyone any of the officers who could have allegedly been impacted by the Cannes or whatever it was wrong. He says police failed to provide valuable information like where the object she threw, landed and says it's not something she should have been shot for. Activist from several organizations will share details from meeting they had with the Carlsbad, assistant chief of police activist will call for the Carlsbad Police Department to create an oversight board that would include community members and review. It's de Escalation policy. Medics were called out the night of June 11th after a report of a man face down on the sidewalk in Carlsbad. While medics were evaluating Marcel Cox Harshaw police say he became agitated, shouted out profanities and what quickly toward officers. Police say cocks. Harshaw resisted arrest while they tried to handcuff him, and that led them to use Tasers on him. Activists will share details outside the Carlsbad Police Department at 11 a.m. Dan Noone, KOGO news governor, News have announces. California is the nation's leader in Corona virus cases with more than 413,000 California has passed New York with the most covered 19 cases. The upward trend not expected, but some of the overall increase was expect. So it's not surprising now. In some respects as we've begun to re open key sectors of our economy, people continue to mix on and people continue to come in contact close contact with others that may have contract this disease. 35 counties in the state, up from 33 are now on the California Watch list. 70 positively right now is at 7.6%. Dave Lewis KOGO News. It could be several weeks before San Diego County can get off the state Watch list. Even if cases start to trend down the positive test rate for the Corona virus in San Diego, with 7% yesterday, the rolling two week average 6% until today's report the prior three days we're showing encouragement of daily decrease, But today's new case count is 587 doctor Wilmut, the public health officer in San Diego, saying there have been 155 cases 100,000 people. Keeping the county in the state Watch list. In order for this metric. To return to normal, we would have to have 234 cases or less on a daily basis for 14 days before this would return to less than 118. New deaths were also announced, bring the total of 505 for the outbreak. Jack Runako News Corona virus brings new interest in protecting the country's medical supply chain. That was a topic on Capitol Hill, Wednesdays We hear from Rachel Sutherland, Federal Emergency Management Agency administrator Peter Gaynor told the House Homeland Security Committee. Parts of the country. Seeing surging cases could run into what he called micro shortages. People. The life saving equipment is just as important building aircraft carrier We need to have that capacity here in the United States. Gator said The country is in a much better place and in March in April, but added, We're not out of the woods completely with pee pee. Okay. I don't know how this happens. But a North Carolina man credits Good luck after winning four lotteries within two weeks. How? I don't know. But that's not an angry Fred Drum. Junior says he tried his luck on a $25 ticket. Okay, that's a big ticket after winning $100 from a $2 ticket to his surprise His next two tickets were both $1000 winners and his fourth won him an additional $100,000. Drum says he and his wife will put some of the money into their savings and then take a weeklong vacation after the pandemic ends. Well, there you go. Okay. A New Orleans musician says he would rather hear the sound of a novice struggling to play the trumpet that the sound of gunfire so Shemar Alan is trying to make that happen. He's offering kids free trumpets in exchange for their guns. The unusual swap program started last week after a nine year old boy was shot to death in two teenagers were wounded by gunfire. Alan says he has a nine year old boy and remembers growing up in an area where there's all And little for young people to do except get in trouble. After getting approval from the cops. He put his offer on Instagram and before long gave away every spare horn. He had. Did you ever learn the key breaky? Heart dance? No. Or the Macarena? No. Okay, well, the stingray shuffle you might be familiar with. Yes, I am. And if you're headed to the beach, you might want to practice it. I've done that. More than once. We have your updated traffic and weather in three minutes. Kogo two years time, seven away. 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France's Macron revs up with new government ahead of 2022

Monocle 24: The Globalist

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

France's Macron revs up with new government ahead of 2022

"Emmanuel macron the beleaguered French president has named a new cabinet that he describes as one of purpose and unity. Krahn is hoping to kick the country's economy with a fresh lineup. Who served under the new Prime Minister Jean Castex.

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"krahn" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"krahn" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

"Plain and simple But people have been forced into a corner. You know so. Your best mate still comes from where you're from even with all the ugliness. It just means that you have to search harder you have to be more creative more inventive and finding a good one you know but if you have foreign lovers as you know it is what it is. I understand that but it doesn't mean that you know the best meat doesn't mean only me you might have Women at you do with that. You're made it too far. You know foreign but understand the best one is going to be the one that's with you and it's always a sad occurrence when you cannot conjoined with your best mate because of social engineering but anyway so that is our That is tribute. I would say to be a Buba care as well as My Been COBB and You know again closing out this Ramadan. This year And I'm sure for many of you has been a beautiful experience if not at least a learning one. I I- Lisa learning one and I will that You start really thinking strongly about who it is at. You can join within web and move beyond as I've been saying probably foot only since I've been on the Internet ten years or so At least I'm what I see on the Internet. Don't podcasts and whatnot that you move beyond This digital medium will not be here forever. But I will that you know many of you. Won't you like hiding? This is like the movie surrogate. You like hiding your apartments in your house. Where behind the screen? You don't want anybody to see you. I know that you know many of you will be found half eaten by your house pets. You know. That's your what it is but those of you who are have a bit more foresight. I will that you work in do everything you can the to take business from the digital to the analog world because the there's a time coming we will not have such easy access. Don't take it for granted that you will have such easy access all the time to digital once once you finished completely downloading your brain. You thought you likes your angers into social media and you've completely built up that That mind of Yuna Krahn you know It won't really need any more to do anymore down. Won't you won't have anything left? So that's when you access will be restricted. Because he got everything we need to know. You Ain't grown anymore. We've we've developed the algorithm that that we needed to To to develop you know and now we've built brainiac you know so Yeah you can go about your way now and no more free social media so I really just will. That you make the serious efforts anomaly. Create family for those of you who take it seriously and understand it what you need to fix within yourself to be eligible for that you. Demand is not enough honey to be covered or I need a woman S. No so what you know Are you eligible for that? An easily things that you know I knew is leading you and to some of the things this some of it is like the basics is an even deeper stuff But sometimes you need a leader like Abu By care who may be a little more soft target but is able to represent the faith in a very strong way and the teachings because he grew up with the Prophet was. You know I convert you know Arguably but do you need sometimes as strong hand of a Omar. Been to also tell you that. Hey we can't play with you right now. You know the serious things happening series things going on and no one has a time to be sitting here playing with you. You're playing and you're GONNA die because you're playing. But I consider those who are under my steed to be pious and to be faithful and I take that charge seriously into ignore that need or to ignore that responsibility would be of the greatest sin against my deity so there are different people who emerge at different times for different reasons and you have to kind of be in tune with the challenges to not to be able to recognize the solutions. All right so This has been chief. I'M GONNA lead you out with A little meditation that I that I've been with I'm GonNa play for you and we're going to close out but that and maybe it will help you to meditate a little bit just a little Some of you are Kinda toy with music a little bit. No let me not say that. That's disrespectful I'm as false humility Music is very important to me. It's it's a very important part of what I am and what you hear all the time so is actually Sometimes I actually make songs just for me. You know. I'm I make saw most of what I do. Now is for Film you know his muscles to work that I do now but There's a lot of times I make music to my own healing and I made something It might have been twenty twenty eleven Ramadan something like that and I found The foul recently and I was listening to it in as I was meditating and moving around and walking and I said okay maybe I'll share this one all right so I'm going to share this with you all and I will see you for a next podcast. All right so everyone be. Well continued to be wise and You know continue to monitor and pay close attention to what it is and who it is. You are choosing to follow and be subject to all right piece.

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Schools Struggle to Implement Online Learning in Pandemic

WSJ What's News

03:59 min | 2 years ago

Schools Struggle to Implement Online Learning in Pandemic

"The CORONA VIRUS PANDEMIC MEANS AMERICAN. Schools are now forced into teaching more than fifty million children remotely opening up a range of new challenges. There's even disagreement among educators over one of the most basic things taking attendance are Charlie. Turner spoke with Journal Education Reporter Tunnel. Hobbs talk about why attendance is important and not just for the obvious reason. The kids need to go to class. The reason why some district still want to take attendance is because some of them will use that to determine participation they're going to use it to termine obviously grades. You know how these students are performing but they might need to use that determined. She we pass the student to the next grade or should get to graduate This is a way that districts are trying to basically to keep the students engaged. Keep them learning especially students who are already felling. They want those students to try to bring up their grades or to try to show an effort tunnel. It seems like school. Districts had to set up remote learning on the fly since the pandemic led to an abrupt shutdown of schools. So what are some of the ways? Schools take attendance for remote. Learning what school districts are doing. The ones that the school districts that already had a jump start like their students already had laptops in hot spots They are the ones that I see taking the attendance when students log into actually work. District's that art setup. All other students don't have laptops Wifi. What I noticed these district's doing is. They're handing out packages of Information. Just hard copies. They are allowing parents to call in and vouch for their children. Participate in that day. Some of them aren't taking attendance at all and some of them are basically gauging attendance. On you know progress. The student makes during that week and does it also depend on whether the school district has economically disadvantaged children in some cases that is you when you see the district that are in more affluent areas. They have an easier time with online. Learning it's not just because the school system is handing out laptops because a lot of time already have those devices at home they already have the Internet at home for instance here in Dallas in Dallas. There are a lot of low income students but that district started several years ago. Just getting laptops out there to the kids. So they were pretty advanced in their wireless program. But you have some districts that just. Aren't that far long tunnel. Why don't you go more into why? Some districts are more successful than others when it comes to getting students to log in for class. The reason why some districts are more successful than others because those districts have typically. They've already started their technology programs several years ago where they've tried to outfit all the kids with laptops or tablets or Wi fi just to start their online programs and this is before the Krahn virus showed up so these districts almost had a head start in a way whereas other districts. A lot of districts right now are kind of playing catch up. They're out there buying thousands of laptops just to try to get their online programs going. But if you haven't practiced for this or you haven't planned for. It's it's it's just not as easy as going out buying a laptop everybody has to be trained in it. The students have to not use it. The teachers have to learn how to use the programs to teach so it is very challenging but the district's that I have noticed that we're able to make easier transition into online. Learning are the ones that had already started building up their technology programs before this even happened

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Adult Swim is well suited for lockdown

The Frame

05:18 min | 2 years ago

Adult Swim is well suited for lockdown

"Over the past several weeks. The entertainment industry is in deep trouble concert. Venues movie theaters and comedy clubs are closed. There's no more Broadway or live action television and film production but there is one show business segment that is weathering the storm surprisingly well here to talk about it. Is Ali Green? She's the vice president of animated productions at Adult Swim and she joins us from her home in Atlanta Ali. Welcome to the show. Hi John Thanks for having me. Let me start with this. Why is animation particularly well suited to deal with the impact of the Krahn Virus flipper animation? It's collaborative but everybody is already working independently and mostly talking about two D. and somewhat three but everybody already sort of network and using a lot of the software already so just the big change is to send everyone home and not have that immediate feedback. One of the things I know about animation is that typically there are huge render farms computers. That are doing the animation computer work if you are working remotely. How do you process all of the data because a lot of home? Computers can't really handle that kind of processing. Yeah so John. That actually is sort of pain. Point now for everybody A lot of the residential WIFI speeds are just not up to the challenge. So what we've been doing is kind of going back to Ethernet and Going back to hard drive. And what about the voice actors because typically you are animating to voices? They are reading scripts. So how has that process changed because clearly? Your Voice. Talent can't be in with a director in with recording studio. How do you manage that? So some of the voice actors. That'd be work with have home studios. We are sending higher. End Microphones to some of our regular talent when we're not able to do that. We're using scratch audio. So you've got a bunch of series some in production some that are probably imposed overall. What series are affected or? Do you feel like pretty much. Your whole slate is moving forward at the right pace. A lot of our shows deliver well in advance of their premier so we have robot chicken coming back because they had already delivered but as a stop motion show that is also one. That looks a little bit more like live Action Ones Hughes. Start shooting it With Rick and more de we are in the process of automation and Rough Assembly. So we have our animation house that sense all of their animators home and they're composites home I don't know how technical you WANNA get. But basically he livery process for each of these scenes to the show unit is basically the same. We're talking with all green. The vice president of animated production for adult swim a lot of anime shows do their pre and post production in the states but a lot of the actual frame by framework has done other countries like Canada or South Korea. How are you managing the international workflow? And how do you go about trying to ensure that they have safe practices in place at work? We're making sure that each studio that we work with every country is following the appropriate guideline. You know this seems like nobody. We're not really doing the sweatshop thing You know like we work with reputable studios so you know in Canada. Means everyone's working from home Mexico those studios that we work with are also doing the same. So much of what happens in animation is quick and that writers and shows can react to the news. Do you see some adult. Swim shows being topical. That's something that we can do in our small Pearl Jam but No normally actually. Our show is hunter pretty long time. The writing period is fairly long and then the process of animating is even longer you know. South Park can do it for sure. None of our shows are set up like that. It's it's no secret that broadcast networks cable channels and streaming platforms that rely on live action scripted content. Pretty sooner run out of new shows because they can't make them could this kind of odd way be a boom time for animation because you are able to deliver new and original content when a lot of other people can't Absolutely I think we're seeing that you know. I think it had already started to me and that. There's just so many options from preschool. All the way through to adult for animated content. You want to add that you know I think industry-wide there's this overwhelming sense of gratitude that we you know almost survivor's guilt that we are still able to make these shows. We've always been so lucky to be here but now more than

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Pandemic Panic

Gadget Lab Podcast

11:09 min | 2 years ago

Pandemic Panic

"Let's start the conversation by talking. About what information is getting out in the first place. It's hard to get accurate. Data about the virus is spread out of hospitals and clinics sin. So much happening so quickly. So if data and facts about the pandemic can't actually be recorded or communicated adequately. How do we know what information to trust? Well as you say Mike. It's hard to know because the information is coming so quickly because we're all on such high alert or so emotionally primed to react everything and because the whole danger of covert nineteen is that it's a new virus. We fundamentally don't understand it. That said the way a triage information is we know stuff that's coming directly from the World Health Organization and the CDC is the best. We've got trusted news. Organizations are giving us the best information they can. There are a whole lot of scientists out there trying to give us the best information they can swatting down false rumors. So there's a lot of good stuff in a massive flow and there's some bad stuff coming into nick. How should people put this information? Therre getting into context one of the things that I've been looking at and refreshing and I'm sure lots of our listeners have been to as Johns Hopkins website that shows Total confirmed cases around the globe as well as deaths from Corona virus and total recovered folks. And the thing is just by refreshing those numbers each day. It's it's rather alarming to see Even the county level here you know I've been monitoring Santa Clara and San Mateo County where I happened to live and and we see these numbers. Come OUT EVERY DAY. But it's it seems like it's difficult to put that into context when there is a lack of testing going on Particularly in the United States. And it's hard to know. How is this good? Is this bad thing scaling? Downward how should people be thinking about it with regards to context? Well I I would say that. You don't need to be constantly checking. I think because we're all at home. We're all obsessed in rural scared where maybe taking on too much of the burden of having perfect information and too much the burden of feeling like we need to really understand everything that is happening because the truth is will you and I need to do for ourselves what we need to do for our communities we need to do as reporters doesn't change based on the Johns Hopkins Chart Everyday or even every three days we know we're in a terrible situation where we have to socially distance take every precaution to the best reporting that we possibly can so. That's one thing I would say. I think there's a risk for a lot of people becoming emotionally debilitated by spending too much time seeking out perfect up to the second information when that's not what most of us need the second thing is. There's a very good question you just asked which is impossible to answer. Which is the main thing we're looking at in the main thing we're thinking that is the infection rate which until we have universal testing means almost nothing is just a proxy for the number of tests in any given area. It's basically the number. It's the number of people who are infected multiplied by the prevalence of tests and tests have been distributed in different places. Why does the pandemic looks so much worse in New York City today as we talk than in other places partly it's spread there? It's a very dense area. Bad luck started bear. Lots of people come through there and also it's one of the first places that had lots of castes. So it's very hard to read that particular line of data specifically as well well in with particular note towards testing and perfect information We heard The president bragging this week about how our testing numbers are up. And how they're better than South Korea's numbers but of course that's a flawed count because what we really need to know is testing per capita. We have a lot more people in this country than we do in South Korea and that really makes me think that this is an interesting thing to talk about because so many Americans are getting their information about the spread of the virus directly from the White House every day. There is a briefing in everyday. Millions of people are watching. So can we examine to what extent the president's comments in general have contributed to the spread of misinformation? I mean they've played a major role in the spread of misinformation starting from the very beginning where he said we had a completely under control. There's one case from China he no. That's in January. Two it will disappear. There's a series of factually incorrect statements that he made from January through the middle of March. That were contradicted by the scientists epidemiologists in the middle of March. He seemed to understand that it was in his political interest to start taking this more seriously and his tone changed with that. I believe it was the press conference on March twelfth or March Thirteenth The sort of the somber one where he didn't seem like he had has focused but where he actually seemed to have changed the way he was looking at this from a political nuisance to a serious issue that he had to deal with. But since then you're right he's gone back and forth and he has as his once said a whole bunch of things that aren't true he's been a little more excited about chloroquine than the scientists should be. He's been a little more enthusiastic about our response than maybe he should be and his statement that we should go back to work by aced Easter. If it holds people do actually go back to work on eastern if a miracle has it occurred between now and then that will be extremely dangerous so he has he has poisoned the information ecosphere on the other hand he has started also to point in the right direction. How so in that? He is now clearly focused on this working on it. And he's not denying it. He's no longer tweeting. Statistics about how much worse the flu is right. He now clearly recognizes that. This is a risk the American economy or risk to his reelection and a risk to all of us to our health. That leads me to my next question. Which is that. We're also receiving information from government outside of the United States right now and I'm wondering how much of that you think that we should sort of take at face. Value China in particular comes to mind because China's exposure to this was on the early curve of things now there are some reports suggesting that China could be getting back to work sooner than the US. And I'm wondering given the flow of information that traditionally we've had out of China how much you believe we can trust that right now. I trust the numbers in China. The question is do we trust the China got the Krona virus under control? I would say I do believe that I mean the story of information in China is fascinating because in the very beginning. There's the authoritarian blocking of information right and prosecuting people who are telling the truth about it and famously doctors who by province but I actually think that China has played since that moment a very responsible global role both within taken incredibly strong action that then quiets down the pandemic at home and then sharing resources with the world. Now there have been off a moment. The Press Secretary for Xi Jinping tweeted out some conspiracy theory nonsense about the US creating the virus. That was utterly despicable but as for the numbers I do trust that there has been substantial decline in China both because the Chinese government reporting those. But it's also the World Health Organization is over there too so The president and the White House in general have expressed a great distrust of the mainstream media. Of course we work in medium. We feel this every day They're also a lot of people who support the president in his policies who share that mistrust of the media In what ways is this general mistrust of the mainstream media affecting the spread of bad information and Is it sort of inhibiting the spread of good information? Oh Yeah it's it's extremely unfortunate one of the most tragic consequences of not just the trump administration but of the last ten years has been the decline in trust in mainstream journalism. And so now you can see that. A percentage of Republicans who believe that Corona virus is a great threat to this nation is much lower than the percentage of Democrats and that's in part because society has been filtered into a subset of people who read the free balanced press. That Myers a part of and people who don't and the breakdown of the trust that our profession had as absolutely made it harder for people to get good information. There was a period the first two weeks of March which were crucial weeks in this period when we go back and we tell the story of Krahn virus in the United States of America if we had acted on February fifteenth the way we acted on March fifteenth thousands tens of thousands hundreds of thousands of lives would be now. Why didn't we act on February fifteenth reactive on March Fifteenth? There are a lot of reasons but one of them was that there was a sense that half the country didn't trust that this was a real thing and that there were a lot of right wing pundits and people on Fox News and to some degree the president himself saying that this is the media trying to bring down trump which it was not but because that story was believed absolutely helped slow down our response. That's quite unfortunate nick to you that this kind of I don't know partisanship misinformation and distrust is also going to affect the way that we approach potential. Antibodies vaccines and cures for this. I hope not I mean my hope is that you the whole world is going to be different when this is over. All sorts of things are going to be changed from the way we organize our societies to the way we think about working from home to a million different things are GonNa Change. One thing that I hope happens. Maybe it's an opportunity for journalism to rebuild. Its trust with the public. Maybe when this is over people who didn't trust the New York Times because they think it's too partisan will realize that whatever you think of the politics of the editorial board of New York Times that the science reporting has been spot on right or if you think that the Atlantic is too critical of your favorite political candidates. You'll realize oh wait. They've done really tremendous reporting on corona virus. So it's possible that the mainstream press will win some of its

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Why some diseases come and go with the seasons, and how to develop smarter, safer chemicals

Science Magazine Podcast

10:01 min | 2 years ago

Why some diseases come and go with the seasons, and how to develop smarter, safer chemicals

"I'll now speak with John. Cohen a staff writer at science. We'll be discussing his feature from the March twentieth issue of the magazine. An exploration of seasonal effects on different diseases and the sort of research. That's being done to identify those effects. Hi John Hydro before delving into your seasonality feature. I'd like to pick your brain about the present state of the corona virus outbreak. It's currently Wednesday march eighteen. And you've been deeply engaged in reporting on corona virus for months at this point. The White House has been addressing the public on almost a daily basis regarding its response to the crisis. Could you describe the United States's response thus far and how it compares to the responses of foreign governments well? Each country has gone through a similar pattern of denial at first not really wanting to accept what's happening in very few countries have jumped on it aggressively early on and each country has to tailor make its own response based on its culture its government its laws. The United States on February Twenty. Sixth which seems like years ago now but is less than a month ago created a Krahn Virus Task Force the White House and on that day president trump stated that there were fifteen confirmed cases and he hoped it was going to be going down to zero looking at that today. It's obvious that he was wide of the mark. We stopped hitting the snooze alarm last Thursday and it was a confluence of events that led to that one was that the World Health Organization. After long flying against the thinking many epidemiologists refused to call it a pandemic but last Thursday declared a pandemic. We had a beloved and famous actor. Tom Hanks reveal that he was infected and his wife who is well known and beloved and we had an NBA player who confirmed he was infected. Which led the NBA to cancel games and we had Italy melting down the measures they've done and steadily increased have become more and more restrictive to the point of locking down all of Italy and that lockdown only began in some villages a net and moved to the entire north and then moved to the entire country. Are we going to lockdown cities? Are we going to lockdown states? Are we going to lock down the country? I don't know the notion from February twenty six that we were going to contain this and it was going to go. Poof was ridiculous and so we've had all of these warning signs. We have warning signs obviously from China to begin with but then we head South Korea and we had Iran and we had Singapore and we had Hong Kong and we. We've had one country after another. That is ahead of us. Wrestle with this and we've been slow to really mountain aggressive response. What are the specific responses? That are happening right now. On March eighteenth the the fundamental priority is to test widely as you can to contact the people who are in contact with confirmed cases and get them to test and to have people who test positive isolate. That's one strategy than the other is social distancing which is really physical distancing and that takes on many different shapes and forms from closing down bigger arenas to closing religious services to closing restaurants and bars and social distancing can also be locking down entire communities shutting them. Down What Tony. Are you sensing in the many conversations you've had? Lots of people are still calling me and saying you know. It's just hype. Is this real or you know. Come on or then you know I just I just WanNa go get my nails done or I just want to go out to a restaurant or you know. I'm really really angry at this aspect of the government's response or I'm really frightened and depressed. I have a nine year old mother. I'm extremely concerned about her. And this virus killing her so I think we've all been going through this process of coming to terms with the reality of the fact that we did not dodge. This bullet the model is that. Dr Really predicted. We would be in a situation something like this. I wonder if anybody could have predicted something. Like Congress discussing a trillion dollar stimulus right or yeah or the closing of the Canadian border. Maybe in a worst case scenario on February twenty six the presidential press conference I mentioned trump was only asking for a little over a billion dollars to respond and the Democrats had a bill for over eight billion and trump said. Okay so you want to give that to me. I'll take it. It shows you how far off the mark the administration was and this was against a background of the testing kits in the United States that the Centers for Disease Control and prevention made were faulty and the top scientists who were advising the White House. Were saying things that were in conflict. With what the White House itself was saying so there was tremendous confusion. What what she and others said was that we could launch early phase one studies in a few months and indeed we have launched one but that it would take two or three months to get results from the phase one early trials which only look at safety and whether the vaccine triggers an immune response and then in order to do the real efficacy trial that would take at least another six months to nine months to get answers if everything went perfectly well and then trump turn that into. We'll have a vaccine in a year. It's going against scientists. It's not an opinion. It's not something you can buy. It's not something you can politically muscle. I think you just got an important point too that maybe people these past few days more than ever are coming to terms with. Will this fire now not just affect people you know through the school year through June but six months nine months eighteen months even I think one of the most frightening things is that no one can answer the question and there is so much uncertainty right? Now it's frightening. I appreciate you updating our listeners and sharing your knowledge sharing our experience because this is weighing on everyone. Why don't we switch gears and discuss your recent feature on disease seasonality so although your story mentions Corona virus it's not specifically about corona virus but rather the interplay between seasonal changes and many kinds of infectious diseases. That's a pretty popular topic in medicine. In general one that stretches back to the age of hippocrates as you note in your article but what scientific research has been done to address the underlying nature of this relationship the I coincidentally started working on this story? October you know months before. This corona virus reared its ugly head. I've written vaccines for decades. And the seasonality of disease is the central topic. Influenza has probably received the lion's share of attention it's such a clear cut winter disease in temperate regions and it moves between the northern and Southern Hemisphere each year in this very predictable pattern and that's why it's so difficult to tease out the factors that drive it. What are some of the factors that drive seasonality? A lot of research has gone into looking at changes in different aspects of climate. So looking at temperature looking at humidity and looking at the duke point all of it speaks to the idea that at certain times of year certain viruses or bacteria. Whatever the pathogen is are going to do better in that environment and maybe at summer. Maybe it's winter with influenza. Like a lot of viruses. It has a second outer Shell Membrane. All viruses have what's called a capsized holds them in holds in their guts but many viruses like influenza have a second membrane made of lipids fats. And it's fragile and the leading thinking. Is that these viruses that have fragile outer membranes are more susceptible to changes in humidity. Temperature humidity certainly correlate with influenza and temperature and humidity affect things like evaporation rates and. Evaporation affects things. Like the pressure automatically on the water moving in and out of membrane can affect the Ph. All of these factors can lead to a virus like influenza being more or less viable. It seems likely that in the wintertime. It's a more favourable condition of temperature and humidity. That's one line of research is looking into these environmental forces. What are the challenges with understanding these factors one of the things that we have to wrestle with is confounding variables in the United States? We have the Christmas holidays. The holiday season in December as one person in my story one researcher notes influenza seems to appear when Christmas shopping becomes popular. And of course. That's silly I this. Christmas shopping doesn't have anything to do with an infectious disease spiking each year and I focused on the research of Mikhail Martinez. Who has a provocative theory that she's pursuing that maybe it's not about the environment per se? But it's about us it's about our immune systems. Maybe our immune systems are changing with the seasons. And there's that confounding variable that you mentioned the confounding variable absolutely and how do you separate the chicken from the egg

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Are We Experiencing a Black Swan Event?

Rich Dad Radio Show

09:11 min | 2 years ago

Are We Experiencing a Black Swan Event?

"This is a trick question. I have to ask you okay. You know what the standard pitch in from people on the world's go to school get a job work hard save money get out of debt. Invest long-term above their festival portfolios talks wants which avoids. Atf's so if you're a financial planner and you've been telling people for the last thirty thousand years. Invest along term and the well diversified portfolios stocks bonds mutual funds and. Don't worry you know the market's always bounce back by the dip is going to be probably a V bottom which means it goes down and comes right back up or a w goes up down and then back up again which it has done over the last. Let's say fifty years so if you're a financial planner and your clients are calling you and you've given them that advise of invested a long-term well-diversified for pulling the plug mutual funds. What do you say to them today? Harry well I I say a financial adviser is going to be more hated than I am. That were passing the end. Up this bubble booms When it happens and and that is true most of the time. But what my work shows and clear the bell clears your heartbeat. Every second generational booms come about every forty years technology surges every forty five and then big bubbles every ninety years when you get east. T- turning points like the late sixties and stocks or the late the roaring nineteen twenty nine stocks or now stocked. Go Down Robert. And they don't get back to those levels for twenty three to twenty five years. I think this time with slowing demographics and the US we may never see the dow higher adjusted for inflation than it is recently so this is not the time to sit through it these type of long-term corrections or crashes after bubbles. They're going to be seventy to ninety percent like twenty nine to thirty two that by the way not small-cap stocks or penny stocks blue chip leading stocks like General Motors Ford and RCA. Back then went down. Eighty nine percent. The Dow and two point seven years can talk until nineteen fifty three twenty four years later to get back to even so when a stockbroker tells you that doesn't understand history. Harry hang on you got to take a breath and so what Harry is saying. Nineteen twenty nine with a crash came if you are holding waiting for the market to come back so in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine dollars at three eighty one. It took approximately twenty four to twenty five years to get back to three eighty one and when I was a kid nineteen fifties when I was growing up most of the people who are part of the Great Depression my parents and the people who are pounded by the Great Depression and the stock market crash. They were never in stocks there so gun shy of stocks and then in my generation the baby boom generation that brought back the Sangala 401k defined contribution pension plans and all this at the stock market took off so the baby boomers are caught pro with the proverbial pants down and now comes the next big crash. Which you've been forecasting for a long time airy so what you're saying. This one might be a long one. Yes because this is the culmination not only of the baby. Boom gigantic is your heading the largest generation history and it wasn't just. Us hit globally to to grow up in earnest. Money which is totally predictable. Average person peaks in forty six for the baby boomers and spending forty seven for the millennials today and then and then decline so. We started to see that declined to name her. This is a rich audience. Like me a little slow. We gotta speak a little slower. So what you're saying. Is that when a person hits forty six? That's when they're at the peak. Earning and spending and millennials is forty. Seven is that what you're saying. Yes the average. The average person for more fluent people college educated professionals. It's more like in the mid fifties but still average forty six so baby boomers if that peak collectively in two thousand seven something. I predicted like twenty some years before that. And we've been just what we went down big big crisis worst since the Great Depression but not as bad because they printed so much money to stop it and we've been living on quantitative easing ever since to make up for these slow down in this generation spending. That's simple and we're not coming out so let me so. Let me go back again. So let's talk to you. Know My generation. The boomers you know. What would you say to them? If they bought that they drank the KOOL aid. Let's say they have a 401k on IRA one of those things are Roth IRA. They've they've they've seen their portfolio per se. Go Up and now it's crashing. What advice do you have for them? I mean how do they do? They stay in or they exit. We don't give advice rich TAB. I WanNa hear your advice. No you get the hell out period. I think he may have one more. Little run left could be a couple of months. Could be a couple of weeks because the feds pumping in more money than ever with the Repo crisis and now the Krahn advisors but I think this is the death knell for the stock market. They can print money to stop. A recession stopped banks from failing companies from failing even stocks from crashing too much normally. But they can't stop this virus from spreading and it just kills business businesses. Stop people stop. Traveling people start stop spending. I mean my wife's not going to a of of women stay over tomorrow night. They're all coming in from New York you know. And she's you know she made the virus and she's over sixty like I am and that's what it hit. Its old people like you said earlier. So so this is something. They can't buy with money printing. They have kept this following far beyond when it should've peaked in two thousand seven and now they've got something that this doesn't work on so I think this is it so you have to get out of the way so Harry. I was talking to this young guy. He was He's a laborer. Was Painting parts of my house and he says you know. I bought a house like you told me to back in two thousand eleven you bought it for like I think hundred thousand and the reason round numbers and now it's three hundred thousand and he has no retirement is what should I do. I said I saw my house I went. I don't once again ladies and gentlemen at Rich Dad. We don't give financial advice and I definitely couldn't advise US guys. Only forty got three kids. He's got a job. Painting houses got no snow stocks. You and I are calling for twenty five year possible. Depression long-term deflation. What do you say to people what you because if he sells he sells his house? I sit where do you go? What are you going to do with that money? Let's say you have two hundred thousand dollars. I gotTa Pay Capital Gains Tax on it. What are you GONNA do any? He was clueless. I I got some simple rules Robert. I had become a bubble experts since the tech bubble crashed and early. Two thousand on top of demographics and technology and all these psycho because we are in a bubble era and the last bubble era we saw the roaring twenties. So nobody's lived in a bubble before and real estate was not the bubble back then. Because you couldn't borrow money so easily against housing back is very difficult so now. It's everything the rule for. Housing is real quick bubbles. Go back to where they started that that house if he bought it at the bottom of one hundred eleven and now it's worth three hundred K. My rough estimate is going to go back to near that level if he's comfortable sitting through one hundred eighty nine thousand potential decline in something he probably has a mortgage against maybe some home equity lines that he went on deck that fine. I think anybody with any brains would say oh no. I don't want to sit through that one in by the way The demographics I've got a new real estate model. That doesn't just project peak spending like other consumer categories. I have to subtract the dyers and guess what baby boomers are now dying unprecedented rates and will continue to do so into two thousand thirty nine or forty that takes down the net demand even takes it negative at some point for real estate so homes are never gonNA appreciate like they did this boom even in the next boom so it's better especially older. People who retiring lot of baby boomers are realizing they didn't say per retirement. 'cause they're living in good times thought they didn't need to and now they're saying. Oh wait a minute though might make mansion which I don't need now that my kids are gone. I can sell that instantly. Fund my retirement plan and rent my retirement home. I think that's really excellent vice. Do that

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Special Update with Dr. Osguthorpe

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

09:23 min | 2 years ago

Special Update with Dr. Osguthorpe

"Welcome to essential oil solutions with doe Tara. Today we're bringing you a recording from Kirk showers and Dr Russell Oscar Thorpe discussing updates on the current situation and advice on how to keep you and your family healthy. I am Kirk Jars. And I'm pleased to host this March sixteenth episode of Covert Nineteen with Doctor Russell Oscar Thorpe Rush. You've been at the hospital all day. Thank you for taking the time to do this. You must be exhausted. You look pretty good. Thanks my pleasure. Good to be with you. We'll start with the graphic from the World Health Organization. There are now one hundred sixty eight thousand in one thousand nine hundred confirmed cases six thousand six hundred ten deaths one hundred forty eight countries with cases and as a potentially significant turning point. There are now more cases of the virus outside of China. Then within the phrase of the day's flatten the curve. All of these stories seem to rotate around that phrase. Europe is now the global epicenter of the virus. According to the World Health Organization Italians remain essentially under house arrest. Germany is sealing its borders. The Netherlands has ordered all schools bars restaurants and cafes closed similar measures are also enforced in France the Czech Republic Austria prohibiting gatherings of more than five people. The list goes on and on. What are you seeing arrest in Spain? We've had a national lockdown. That's gone into effect. Britain's Health Secretary has recently asked that people over seventy avoid going outside and stay at home and Canada recently closed. Its borders to everyone except Canadian citizens and permanent residents in the United States the CDC has recommended gatherings of fifty people are more be cancelled or postponed and just before we came on the White House is further reduced the number to ten as well as provided many other guidelines for us to follow on Sunday the US Federal Reserve cut interest rates to essentially zero to try to ward off another really bad stock. Day didn't work immediately. Us stocks plunged the Dow tumbles nearly three thousand points. The worst point drop in history businesses are of course affected many retailers including Nike and Rei are temporarily closing their retail stores In the United States following president trump's recommendations operations in bars and restaurants are being limited and hotels resorts are announcing closures. Airlines have slashed their flight schedules and are asking for government assistance now in the United States and there are multiple cruise ships that are stranded looking for port. It's pretty astounding on any one of these week. Focus for a half hour on the applications. And why but I WANNA get to. I think what is the unique benefit of having you with us to help us understand a few things each day? Let's start with China yesterday. It was reported. They had only twenty new cases dramatic downturn from thousands of new infections day so is China largely pass the covert nineteen fears? What can we learn from Chinese China's timeline for the rest of us? There have been a lot of headlines and folks talking about China being through the worst of it. We have seen this dramatic drop in positives out of the province. And who bay and I think that's very positive and is largely due to the measures that the public health sector in China and government have used to flatten the curve. There and so this is evidence that social distancing and flattening the curve actually works do not link and now I'm probably asking for more commentary than facts quickly if we're seeing some reports that China's easing up on all of the things. They did to flatten the curve. Because the curve has been flattened there for the moment in the past. When you've dealt with these like this do we expect to stay down as China? Like OKAY ONES DOWN. Also going to happen again there. That's a great question. I would say that because CORONA VIRUS OR COVA. Nineteen is new. We don't really know what's going to happen next. But you asked me. Because of what's happened in the past with pandemics the most applicable for me would be what happened in two thousand nine with the h one n one pandemic without pandemic. There were measures that were instituted worldwide to try and slow the spread of the virus. Nothing to the scale that like we have done with Kobe. Nineteen but we tried to limit the spread of h one n one and it worked but instead of this nice kind of flat curve that we see idealized in so many graphs in two thousand nine h one n one. Most countries experienced multiple peaks of illness throughout the year. I'm not sure if that's what will happen in China. But if you're asking for my opinion based on the fact that a large well the whole earth's population is susceptible right for the most part to this virus. I would expect there to be multiple outbreaks of the virus throughout the year. And that as we both institute and then relax social distancing or public health measures to slow the spread of the virus. When we relax the virus will kind of flare and we will see secondary outbreaks of the virus even in populations where we've seen a decrease but that's my opinion. I'm not sure if everyone shares it but we've we saw that with two thousand nine h one n one. It's comparing apples and oranges. But it's the best we've got well on that front. Some of the big medical news over the weekend is that infected people without symptoms might be driving the spread of Krahn virus more than we realized. What do we know there well? There are limited reports coming out of virology lab suggesting that people who become infected can shed the virus before they get symptoms of the virus and that becomes problematic. Because if we can spread the virus so shutting and spreading are not the same thing right but if you can spread the virus or infect others if your ability to transmit the virus occurs before you have symptoms of the virus then social distancing is not as effective however we know from China based on what they've done that social distancing is working so I believe that you are most effective at spreading the virus when you are symptomatic and these reports of being able to spread the virus. When you're a symptomatic are real. We need to digest them and understand them but right now I think the lion's share of spreading of the viruses occurring when people are symptomatic small amounts of transmission of the virus will occur potentially before. You're symptomatic matic symptomatic after your symptoms have resolved but for the most part. It's going to be right in the middle. When you have that fever and cough and shortness of breath big question is will the prevalence of the corona virus naturally dissipate once? The weather gets warmer and a side. Question is Kennedy. Even thrive in warm hot weather. I've seen those reports I'm not so certain that warm weather will decrease the spread of the virus. What may decrease the spread of the virus is the fact that many of our institutions like school will close in the summertime and we'll see smaller groups of people coming together all the time instead of groups of classrooms thirty will be at home roughly playing in smaller groups less than ten for example all summer long in two thousand nine. We saw a summertime outbreak of illness and it went against the grain of our normal influenza outbreak that we normally experience every winter in both the southern and northern hemispheres. But I don't know the answer to your question Kirk I would say that. We hope that warmer weather will decrease transmissibility because the viruses enveloped virus and the virus lands on a surface. And it's really hot in the middle of the summer that the virus will immediately die quote unquote and not be able to infect others. But we don't know yet we'll find out as time moves on. The second question is In an earlier episode. You'd mentioned that there's not yet a medical cure for cove in nineteen as a novel drawn virus but Are Their home. Remedies available that can cure or prevent the virus. No Right now. To the best of our understanding there are not any methods of curing Kobe. Nineteen or treating covert nineteen other than social distancing and preventing yourself from getting infected. It is important to remember that most people who get infected even after we've started looking at the outbreaks have occurred in Asia. We are seeing that. Most folks who get infected have mild disease like most coughs colds. There are not real proven remedies to treat corona

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Engineering Your Habits Like Interfaces

Developer Tea

06:28 min | 2 years ago

Engineering Your Habits Like Interfaces

"What are the outcomes that you are expecting your day to day life? This is the question we're GONNA be talking about in today's episode. My name is Jonathan traveling. You're listening to develop prety my goal in the show still driven developers like you find clarity clarity perspective and purpose in their careers. Lot of the time on this show. We talk about mental models are metaphors ways of thinking outside of code that apply to the way that we construct software but in today's episode. We're going to take things kind of the opposite direction. We're going to talk about this idea of interfaces. Some kind of expected expected way of interacting with a piece of code whether it's a class or maybe it's a definition of a function. Then we can think about interfaces as what we expect. We can consume code then in a way that doesn't really care about about the internals doesn't care about the implementation details it really only cares but the contract that it signed With that piece of code the interface and of course we can talk about having a public interface and then private interface or public functions Shins and private functions. And some of this may be a little bit foreign to you depending on what. Your programming background is But suffice to say that these are all concepts that So you can apply in code that allow you to encapsulate some kind of process right and the output of that process and the input input the inputs to that process. If there are any Can Be well documented. This is how you can have things like an API and documentation because you have some reliable interface but very often in our lives when we structure our days when we structure our activities. We don't think about it in a similarly structured fashion instead much of our lives are unstructured. We don't have specific specific outputs that we're looking for and we don't consider specific inputs. We might need to be able to accomplish whatever it is that we need to accomplish for example. Imagine that you're packing for a trip. It makes sense for you to identify. What inputs do you really need for this particular trip to make it successful and most people do? This explicitly the list out the things that they need based on the number of days that they're gone and sometimes they'll forget something they take note of it and in the future when they're packing because of the pain they experienced variance. They might have a better recollection or a better heuristic for what to pack this time but being explicit about what we're packing or explicit about what we need to make this particular events successful. It's kind of rare and most of the time we don't really need to to write down a list of everything we need to make our afternoon hanging out at our house successful right. That seems like overkill but it might make sense to imagine each day as its own function and imagine the kinds of outputs puts that you want from today and the kinds of things that you might need as input. It might not just be for today you may look. We can advance or a month or a year in advance because some of the inputs that you have for today might be inputs for things that you care about for outputs that you care about that. You won't have for a long time but the imports are necessary to even get the ball rolling. Oy In some of the outputs that you have from today. We'll carry forward as inputs to another process. Now if you're like me you're listening to this and uneven listening to myself saying it thinking wow this is this is kind of obvious right. We should of course we should think about our Outputs from one day as inputs to the next day but very often. We don't meet our own goals because we don't take the time to think about the input and output instead. We'd just mindlessly run the same functions time has by and the outputs that were striking striving after we never really achieved because we didn't identify the necessary inputs and we may be surprised by outputs that we didn't necessarily specify. So here's how I recommend you think about this a way of practice practicing this if you're looking for a particular output imagine what might create that output. Can you be explicit about this specific thing or is this this something that you kind of want to optimize for over time that you have a never ending kind of soft requirement for this output once again since we're using a metaphor there might be something like a recurring job right a recurring Krahn job. If you want to call it that these are processes process is that you know are good for you even though you don't have necessarily specific output that you're looking for and so you might set those up and you might review view them on a regular basis. These are called habits if we have a recurring habit over time that produces some kinds of positive outputs even though they didn't didn't don't necessarily produce the same output each time we do them. Those habits can have a major effect on our lives and so we might set up a habit Abbott initially because it produces some positive effect but over time that positive effect may change because our environment changes or our bodies change our our team Situation might change. Your family situation might change relationships and so it makes sense to review. Those habits makes sense to review those this crime jobs that we set up for ourselves

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Who Would Win: The Death Star vs. Unicron

#WhoWouldWin

03:07 min | 3 years ago

Who Would Win: The Death Star vs. Unicron

"Another episode of who would win a show that completely ignores anything important happening in the world and instead focuses on the fictional battle between two characters from the world of comic sci fi and fantasy. I'm your host james gadsden ozzie and as always i'm joined by my co host race aquinas ray. We've had some titanic that was before but i believe today's battle. Maybe the biggest one we've ever had. I'm glad lead you said it because we've never had a battle of the proportion of this one. We're talking planetary level literally literally early planetary level. This is a wild one to do. I actually have a planetary level of hatred for one of the characters today. Can you guess which one will since the death star. I'm going to assume yuna krahn correct. You know why i know why would you have any with the planet eater. Here's the deal okay as we all know so. I have a lot of admiration respect men love if you will for our savior hopeful presidential candidate for twenty twenty maybe twenty before mega truck leader of the septic. We were both huge mega tron fans right and we're both still very angry about that battle against king kong going the wrong way right. I have no idea how you lost that and i feel like a tortured soul for going against megaton but you know i had to do it but here's the deal i really i really i <hes> i'm so emotionally i guess so much angst against unicorn but what does that do with megatrend in utica. What are we talking here. Here's the deal was the last time we saw mega tron in the nineteen nineteen hundred cartoons during the g one correct and that would be transformers the movie which featured unique ron. That's right and what what did you do to matron. He killed him and he brought him back as galveston. That's i wouldn't say he killed him. He sort of just he was almost eddie saying i can still function i'm good he kind of got absorbed by macron and then remade as galveston right so matron bottom line disabuse gone he was pretty much done with the transformers universe the universe anyway that moment correct until he came back and later forms later series absolutely but give me fair you were going to take anything away from galveston right now. He's voiced by leonard nimoy and i will never go against spock doc okay. Here's the deal there's nothing against leonard nimoy or or you know spock when there's a jackpot. Is it the mega millions or the galvin million i would. I would take either okay you. You have no money so of course but here's a deal mega. Tron is the leader of the deceptive cons what happened when galveston took over what happened. The deceptive accepted cons. They went downhill. They had to re- reformed again. That is absolutely correct. That's right so they were also in service to ukraine who got blown out right. So what are they doing like the yeah horrible horse to the right star bingo. Today's battle for me is personal and i am gunning for yuna ron sherve the autobahn. Kinda took them out but i'm going to do it even better with the deaths. Are i mean i don't see how based on what i know about both the death star and unicom but i'm excited sighted to hear you try okay ray. I've really gone deep of the research in in my hand. I have an envelope now.

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Exim Server Vulnerabilities and Exploits

Pwned: The Information Security Podcast

04:13 min | 3 years ago

Exim Server Vulnerabilities and Exploits

"Hey It's Justin. We're going to be diving into this one in more on this week's episode of poem. This is Paul on a weekly show about questions I hear. From security professionals security engineers in see SOS in stories about how they're protecting their organizations. This show answers questions about all things information. Security FROM TECHNOLOGY TO SECURITY FRAMEWORKS TO BEST PRACTICES. In how to's so first things first. What is an XM server? Xm Is a mail transfer agent used on the Lennox like operating systems. Xm Is a free software. Used by as much as fifty seven percent of the Internet email servers in over the past couple of weeks in it's been noted that a heavy amount of Xm servers are under attack by two separate hacker groups in potentially more in typical fashion. Anytime a new vulnerabilities is released. There is always a person or group that tries to exploit the vulnerability and a wild in this case on June fourth vulnerability exploits. Cb Two thousand nineteen one zero one. Four nine was a security flaw. That was publicly disclosed. The exploit is remote command execution exploit that allows for improper validation of the recipient address in the deliver underscore message function it estimated today that there are between five hundred thousand. Five point four million ex-emperor's currently installed across the Internet the attacks to date takeover unpacked systems. By way of a worm in the compromise. Host will then scan the Internet for other servers in attempt to infect them as well the infected servers to date have been configured as crypto currency. Minors some organizations have also reported that the attacks have created a back door into the Xm servers by downloading shell script that adds an SSh key to the account so how would one identify signatures of set attack. Well according to many organizations by way of twitter the first wave of attacks began on June. Ninth which makes sense. A couple of days after the vulnerability was first announced. According to those reporting the exploits. There are two command and control servers. One of which is known in one of which is reporting from the dark web and the exact location cannot be found for those of you. Listening to this I will include the known command and Control Server address within the show notes. The second type of attack is a little bit harder to identify but basically goes something like this. The attackers send an email with the local part of the message. Crafted to exploit the accent vulnerability using the are cpt underscore to field the XM will then execute the local part in their own user context when received the part of the envelope from will download the nefarious shell script and then executed since most Xm servers run as root any nefarious script is also runs route than it becomes. Thanks for shopping for fresh. Punish so if you think you've been infected by this Xm worm couple security recommendations that you have or that I would have for. You is patch any exempts over that you currently have today. As of this recording the current version is four point nine two if you have any unfamiliar Krahn jobs in your Krahn Neutron Tab that removed them restore legitimate. Krahn jobs from existing. Backups delete

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"krahn" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"krahn" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Sitting in for Belling. And a couple of people have emailed me looking for where they can find that piece that we put together that just aired walls work, all of the statistics that you need to refute the argument from liberals that border wall, simply wouldn't be successful, a border wall is night, century solution to first century issues at walls work. They absolutely work every place there erected, including here in the United States, including along America's southern border. It is up right now on my social media at dano Donal show on Twitter. Facebook dot com slash dano Donal show. It's called walls, work, and the, the bottom line is they do, and anything that is discussed with respect to border security needs to begin and end with the concept of physical barrier physical. The barriers are affective and it's not as though they're going to stop all illegal crossings. But they'll sufficiently slowdown or sufficiently make potential border-crossers think twice about their likelihood of success. It's been demonstrated pretty much across the world that, that border crossings, dropped to almost nothing. I mean, how is it that Israel was essentially able to get illegal border crossings down to zero same thing with India on its border with Pakistan, and in the United States? I mean this, this statistics for the cities that have implemented secure fencing, particularly sandiego. I mean that's, that's almost miraculous comeback for San Diego County, and all it took was a physical barrier combined with increased border patrol presence. That affectively deterred people from trying to cross in from Mexico. All right. We are oughta time here on the Mark Belling late afternoon show marks taking a long weekend. So Dave Michaels is going to be into Morrow afternoon, and no rest for the weary. I'm back again tomorrow morning. Nine AM, just a reminder if you like what you heard this afternoon. I am on nine to eleven each and every weekday morning, if you didn't like what you heard. Well, then my name is Benjamin. Yeah. Out, and you can hear me on the S N morning. No, I'm kidding. I'm kidding. I wouldn't do that to Ben, if you're up at five be sure to listen to his show, because it is. It's fantastic. It's a great blend of news of conservative talk. It is a wonderful show. So we are out of time, my thanks to John Wyatt. Especially to Paul Krahn forest for sitting in with me today and hope everyone has a wonderful evening. We'll talk to you again tomorrow. Right here on news talk eleven thirty, w I s.

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"krahn" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"krahn" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Sham newsgroup dot com, right at that's your best way to get in touch with Diane one of the things, we'll do and we'll continue this topic after the break, Diane looking under the hood. So assessing how well you run your business. Some people can do that themselves. Some business owners might need help. Oh, I think you always need help. I mean, I hire people to help me do my strategic plan. I I hire people to help me look at how do I market in American package myself? It doesn't mean that. I'm not involved in the process and have the final say on what happens. But I I you do need other eyes and ears. You really do. And if it's not me find a person that you like working with and let them help you. Maybe it prevents you from that burn off as we talked about. Well, you're not afraid to call a lawyer when you got a legal problem. Right. Nope. So you should call a business consultant one you have a business. Don't wait too long. Right. I try to stay ahead of things. Wait longer than it just means more. It's just like going to the doctor you wait too long and the diseases. Progressives worst gets worse nip that in the bud. I n let's take a quick break here in said and Saturday afternoons, it's business solutions with Diane. Recent. Of course, Dan is your host this afternoon along with Diana. I'm Paul Krahn forced we'll be right back on news talk eleven thirty WFAN. Real quick fam- odyssey cruises up their game. If you're thinking about maybe a romantic night out with your lava, or maybe you just want to go ahead and enjoy the beautiful scenery of DC. You gotta take out the wave redesigned their ships from the refinements in lighting and textures to the remodeled dancefloor and bar space. I said bar and not to mention minimizing fuel consumption and emissions. Get a sneak peek of the brand new beautiful interiors at their website odyssey cruises dot com. It's ODI Y S S E Y cruises dot.

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"krahn" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"krahn" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Chapter in jazz history, but it was filled with enormously talented bands during that period. It was one ban with a level popularity that was quite formidable, and they will call the international sweethearts. They were probably the first all female band taken seriously. They would first all female ban, which fans and musicians and like her them. Oh, boy, they're serious. Right. They were seventeen piece big band and understand you actually sat down with one of the surviving members of the band. Right. It was a thrill to vote to Los Angeles and speak with Roz crud who is saxophonist in the international sweethearts, and she's ninety three now and just such a beautiful beautiful spirit. And we should say Ross Krahn is white were these fans integrated very much so. One of the many things that she shared with me. Was what it was like touring through the south during the Jim crow era because it'll part of the Jim crow law was that integration was illegal. So to have a band of ladies from all of these different backgrounds. White black one of the many things that she shared with me was what it was like having to pass for black. I hadn't heard that. Jim crow laws. I hear Jim crow Gibb girl. But I didn't know what it was what it was in. We were on a trip. So a straight down to the deep south. And they told me I had to have a story if I was stopped. What my parents were like where we're from. We know that sort of thing, and I made up a story that my father was quite in my mother was black. So there's the the danger element. Right. The that's all women. It's integrated. We're talking the Jim crow era. How were they treated in terms of? Kind of respect or pay. They were not paid. Well, they may one fourth of the money that the guys made. And that was all over that was not just the south. That was also in the north. But what really touched me deeply was that. None of those harrowing experiences made her bitter. She feels like they went through that. So these days could be better..

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"krahn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"krahn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This is only a test of the Krahn burgundy emergency alert system. Not sure if you're stoned well, take a look at the black and white cross. White or black crossing. AM g you are so stoned this has been a test of the Krahn burgundy emergency alert system this been an actual emergency. You would have been instructed to just not be stowed. Now back to regular programming. Hey before you go into the number, shall we? Today is really interesting because all of a sudden it's happening in Washington. Pure market getting sentence. One hundred points. What does that do for ego? Also, getting sentenced in the Dow goes up. That's exactly. Down. Piece in of the Dow, let's take a look at the Dow the NASDAQ chart. If you're listening to us on the radio, and you can't see us from the couch. They go up and down and go home. You'll find this stuff that big this show dot com. So you're looking at here. The red line is a is a fifty day moving average. The blue line is attended moving. Average are called moving. Average convergence divergence where the Dow is trading is in between. So if you were to be if you were looking at the stock here. Okay. And you look you look at a point. Technical analysis would say that you want to stay away from the hold this stock. It's not a by even though down the bottom. That's called the gospel is fairly value RSI's rose strength indicator fairly valued problem is your trading below the ten day moving just looking at the technicals and turn your head and cough. When I say that that I look at.

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"krahn" Discussed on Beers with Talos

Beers with Talos

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"krahn" Discussed on Beers with Talos

"And as as of Iowa's twelve your phone, and your, ipads, and all that kind of stuff will automatically update in the middle of the night once downloads a thing, and it's on a charger. But my question is is do Lennox, desktops and windows, desktops. Do they also do the same thing? I have absolutely no knowledge. I believe. Yes. You can do that. Absolutely. You can do that. If you put in Krahn tab, yum update or is. That's what I'm saying. Like that shouldn't be the step. I know you're kind of making that as a joke. But like is that the stuff that you have to do or can you actually, do you think the says state this bitch automatically? Yeah. But how do you think immaculate? It it. Does it without it? What he's saying is now it does it automatically. Does it what I'm saying? Is the MAC the user experience of the MAC is it does it like you don't have to you don't have to specifically testy tool. Right. It just doesn't it. Yeah. And that's what I'm saying is the Lennox desktop just do it. Or do you have to select it? Do you have to patch? The kernel and. I don't know I use four for training a large format printer. That's it. That's why I take so long to get the podcast out. All software. A. In the print out into apple to have put it into the classroom. I tell you what with the you were talking about talking about refrigerators and thermostats and televisions the greatest security technology ever invented his net. And I was sitting here like because all of that stuff can't be directly accessed from the internet right unless unless you've gone out of your way to be stupid, which. People people do. But also sitting here is the biggest threat to internet security right now is probably six. I one hundred percents agree with that. Because I think they're going to tell you. Hey, there's enough IP address everything. Grabble IP address. Good. Sweet now my refrigerator can be on the internet. Awesome. Awesome. I remember when that was on the internet in the days before. That's because there were ten computers on the internet and. Three your buddies from DARPA. He's a waste their west to do I fix correctly as well. But yes, the danger is that people in ways, I do lots of things Korean. We don't do. Right. They're just because correctly is hard. And then I can't pay my refrigerator from work and have it. Tell me the cucumbers. Tell you what the cucumbers is like milk. It's funny. You gotta understand..

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"krahn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"krahn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Matthew, more from Interscope? I want you to go to online biz biz biz VOD video-on-demand. So we're on two different television networks here, you can also go to YouTube go those are both online platforms, and you can hear the see all the shows that are on network and more anytime as well as the bench television network, which we just got picked up by which is gone. Visit network has rusty nails. Very own live highlight with your EMMY award winning real take newsmen Krahn Burgundies Ross cannabis news. That's right. This year two thousand nineteen I swear I'll do more. We've got a couple of live shows here in the studio if you want to be part of it gimme, basically, here's what happened. Through the years, we've gone through investments verticals one of them was China. The big scam. The biggest class ship in the history of the world and about two thousand six I can hurt we. Everybody was going to public in China. Then it was a cybersecurity the target the target hack came in in two thousand that was terrible frozen. Cybersecurity the latest and by the way, this seems to be sticking because the entire country of Canada got behind it. The point is is that he'll medicinal cannabis and you have recreational cannabis, regardless increased tax dollars. Yes. It does an investment. Russ his creator show called real Cronenberg entire network. We have pots and pans cooking with cannabis. That's another. Logo Jerry, pull that logo hall? The logos. The actual live high live network now there's just the Krahn burgundy side where you can go ahead and watch episodes from the.

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"krahn" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"krahn" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"You know, I don't want it lash run whose exerpt please a carriage ride lash out, Ron. Surplus and they follow you follow. You lash Krahn Lhasa Lhasa all wanna do. I see the sun going down. And all they want to do is get to the Nile river to watch a sunset over the Nile. Lash out Ron and he keeps following Lajja. I don't wanna I have no interest, please. I don't want it. I'm going that way, sir. Carriage, right. Lash, Ron cheap. I don't want it no price. I don't want it Lhasa. And then I I moved past him. And he starts cursing Mallett. He starts following me. Cursing at me. In ehre back. And he's fifteen feet behind me. Keep keeping even pace and cursing at me in air bec-, and they're all around, and I'm outnumbered for sure I don't know what to do, and I had fed up, and I just stopped. I didn't turn around just stopped. And he's cursing at me and he's coming closer. Bashing. See baby clothing. Swashbuckling blouses that. He's back. Welcome to Asia. Fear. Scripture, take podcast. I'm Marsha fair. I'm the host.

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Cannabis Testing Standardization Company

The Big Biz Radio Show

01:37 min | 4 years ago

Cannabis Testing Standardization Company

"Waldrop is back from labs. Labs dot com. They are the cannabis testing and standardization company. There's only a few of many entire country. And of course, this is such an interesting investment vehicle. We're gonna spend a little time on it. But there is a premier provider of analytical testing advisory services research for the cannabis industry will create tabby long, man. How are you, sir? Good morning selling can see rusty again. You should be on interviewed with Krahn Berg, I told them on. There's a couple of shows I'm gonna put them on. And I told him that long. Well, I told him that that he's going to be on America trends with AB fuller. And I thought that he should be great on live high live. But here's the bottom line. When you see that? Well, I find this. I find this cap on the ground this weekend. I realize it's standardized branded recreational marijuana cigarettes like finding a pack of camels on the on the bottom. The difference is in the tobacco industry. You've got all kinds of warning labels. You've got all kinds of childproof packaging, and that's starting to come out. And you guys are part of that. So the people that didn't listen to you are hadn't heard you before and hadn't seen here. Talk about a little bit labs us because that's exactly the business. You're absolutely. Labs is the largest national testing company for cannabis operation and five states or in Massachusetts, Colorado and Florida. We also have operations in Edmonton Alberta, and our jobs or jobless ensure that cannabis is safe before it goes to public purposes. So that when you're going into Spencer, you know, what you're getting is going to be clean and easy for you to change. Bad stuff. You just go. Oh my God. This is poison or by the way. By the way, by the way. What is the bad stuff? What do you what do you guys testing for? And what are you standardizing specifically? Is. Wrong. And if you're a medical patient, you're looking for something that's pretty coat Brian hundred milligrams or more to treat whatever symptoms your. Recreational user never used it before he assured that it's small. Fade introductory those two and a half to five milligrams. But beyond potency, we're looking for things like impurities aspergillus mold mildew looking for has the size, sixty six. The state of California that we look for. If it's a like, you deserve it should've used item. Product, we're looking for residual solvents. We wanna make sure that there's nothing that can harm you as you put it on your body or e-consumer. So so so basically has there been a best practices gold standard for this? Are you guys sort of the pioneers recreating as the industry is growing? Correct. Absolutely. I mean gonna labs are. Independent body as it should firm that we have the best practices standardized practice across Delaware Fidelity's. And that's one of the. Oliver labs use the same methods. So whether you go to a lab and in Massachusetts, code elaborately, California, you know, then the product is the same and why it's also important reserve, and you mentioned that you have a cultivator here in only who's manufacturing that product for Willie's reserved. We'll probably a different cultivator, different license, either different state. So as a licensor like Willie's reserve, they wanna ensure the product is tested consistency. No matter where they sell the products. So they can take a little snippet of Willie's. Reserve mother plant and kind of go stick it on another plant. So they get the same strength. Hey, do you find fewer days on the plants that are grown indoor versus outdoor testing side, bugs and stuff outside and pesticides more. But indoor you wouldn't think you'd need pesticides and stuff. You wouldn't think? So you're right outdoor plants. We see anywhere from California right now. Tina twenty percent is. And that's just because of the way it was grown in Oregon went before regulation. The numbers were the same host regulation. We're down to two to three percent chance pesticides. A lot of cases. It wasn't the grammar small cross-contamination soil things like that. They didn't have any control over and unfortunately, the crop for impacting what other plant do they do this to? Yeah. Is there any? They should doing all the like broccoli am. I getting word affected broccoli chubby. Broccoli fact testing, isn't it? Instead of talking about the cannabis testing market. Do we have any numbers on me look at you've got billion dollar market? Moreover, recreational medicinal marijuana. Did anybody idea what the numbers are for Canada's? Jesse Margaret because that's obviously a moving target. But you guys are growing to be sure. Absolutely. As it continues to grow our numbers per. Fifty million dollars to one point four billion dollars. Just in North America. So is a huge marketplace. Just as cannabis cannabis alone is carrying over forty billion dollars over the next five years is going to grow side by side, one of the things to keep in mind. Sully testings mandated every single which we operate. So this isn't something. That's a nice to have is must have in all the jurisdictions. I want one are you franchising out or something a little? Like a food truck pulls up a lab truck pull up to your farms in why do you need it? Forty billion dollar tidal wave of money that's coming through start start a lab coat on doctor Russ gesture we'd Dr rooms are there are there. Are you starting up other? Facilities. Hurry up talk about talk about your labs itself. Have you last by the way, his name is well Waldrop he is the CEO of ink EV. I is their stock symbol. They are publicly traded in labs is the name of the company cannabis and hemp testing services talk about the lab at self. How'd you guys start? How'd you get into the business? Absolutely. Back in two thousand fourteen started a state of Oregon. It was the first date of any size g-go legal both medically and recreationally that had a mandated program. I know the Colorado was very first date washing right behind Oregon made perfect sense forever. You to move into and we've been focusing on growing those key markets right now is the market to be in right now we have a land in Berkeley, California fully updated with the latest Shimadzu equipment. We're soon open for lab and humble in the largest growing area in the world. And then we'd be focusing in California palm desert, Los Angeles, Orange County and the city. The city opposed to Mesa so we're really focused right now in California as you everyone knows in recreational January first of this year to two billion dollar medical economy pillow angel six billion dollar economy recreational the next four

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: Everything we know after the new Nintendo Direct

iMore

03:25 min | 4 years ago

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: Everything we know after the new Nintendo Direct

"In case you missed it yesterday, intendo held in direct and it was a pretty short. One is about, like just under half an hour. However, it was all about the super smash brothers ultimate, which is coming out in December for ten to switch. And I didn't think I could be anymore hypes for this game because all the stuff we got at e three about the fact that things we already knew that every care to it's every been in smash Bros in any rations metros before is going to be in this one. That they changed a lot of the the inconsistencies and problems that the we you've version had when it comes to. And this is more if if you're competitive player, but when it comes to. Distance for when you're hitting enemies and things like that. A lot of like mild Manusha that people, you know the meta that people who are competitive or want to be competitive in the competitive space kind of concern themselves about. But on top of that, they also at three, they had announced a new character Ridley from the from the metro games, which was villain in Sama's one, arch nemesis pretty much, and they kind of said at at e three, they were kind of like, you know, our big focus with this game was including all the heroes we've had before. So I hope you don't expect him into heroes. Well, then they come out yesterday and announced two new heroes right off the. So joining the fight is going to be Simon Belmont who anybody's ever played the old school platformer castle. Vania games should be excited about. Because is obviously the person who kills Dracula in castle fan. Spoiler alert there. Spoilers. Eighty six. More than more than twenty years. So Simon Belmont joined the fray and so has this one's kind of funny. I didn't expect this to happen, and I always get his name run, but king are rural. It's the lizard king from dot com. Okay. And he's joining the fight, which I feel is pretty awesome. I feel like he's a campy really campy villain that I would be interested to see what his move sets and stuff. We're going to be fun. On top of that. So that wasn't enough. They announce a couple more eco characters, which case you don't own an echo character is, is there like sorta like a clone their character based on other character. They mostly have a similar move sets, but they have some different animations and a little bit different timing. So they are slightly different, but they're not like a whole new character in the called eco. Kerr was character characters from echo the dolphin that game. So Krahn from the fire emblem series is going to be an echo of ROY also from the fire cities and dark Sama's is going to be an echo of SAM's and on one more thing that the announced got really excited about is asked a few more few new stages, but in total at the beginning, this isn't this isn't with any deal or anything at the beginning when you buy

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CIA's Pompeo on North Korea talks: "This administration has its eyes wide open"

A Touch of Grey

00:50 sec | 4 years ago

CIA's Pompeo on North Korea talks: "This administration has its eyes wide open"

"The walmart between october two thousand sixteen in december two thousand seventeen the rear legs of the high churkin pivot out a position making the chair unstable imposing fall hazard to a child sitting in it consumers should immediately stop using the high chairs in contact waco for a free repair kit cia director mike pompeo on cbs's face the nation says president trump has taken a different tack than others with north korea could an enormous global allies support supported pressure campaign on the north koreans the has had a real impact on the regime on the north korean economy and has caused kim jongin to reach out and said he wants to begin to have discussions on terms that the united states has never achieved before our news brought to you by the krahns in his foundation the clinton quite his foundation invites you to take steps recorts at a walk event near you get started at cc take steps dot org southland weather mostly.

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